Alisa S. Abbott

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Attorney

Banner & Witcoff, Ltd.

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Alisa Abbott represents clients in all facets of design patent procurement, prosecution, and intellectual property counseling. Her practice includes evaluating and securing design patent protection of a broad range of sophisticated technologies. Ms. Abbott has extensive experience advising on claims regarding portable and wearable electronic devices, home entertainment devices and systems, home appliances, construction materials, medical equipment, packaging, and static, animated and transitional graphical user interfaces and icons. Ms. Abbott assists clients at each level of design patent prosecution, ensuring thorough and efficient claim protection.

Ms. Abbott draws on several years of intellectual property and design patent experience. Prior to joining Banner & Witcoff, she practiced at a boutique intellectual property firm advising one of the world’s largest electronics manufacturers on both foreign and domestic design procurement and prosecution.

Ms. Abbott graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts degree, double-majoring in American Studies and Religious Studies. During her undergraduate career, she was an executive board member of the largest student-service organization on grounds. She earned her J.D. from Washington & Lee University, focusing the majority of her practicum-based studies on intellectual property coursework. Throughout law school, Ms. Abbott was actively involved in community service. As a third-year law student, she served as president of the Women’s Law Student Organization, as well as a court appointed special advocate. Upon graduation, Ms. Abbott received recognition for exceptional law-related service.

Ms. Abbott is admitted to practice in the State of Virginia. Practice in the District of Columbia is limited to matters and proceedings before federal courts and agencies.


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